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Mexico

Mexico

Migrants moving from Mexico to the United States represent the world's largest migration corridor, and the two countries have a long, complicated history with respect to immigration. Previously a country of emigration, Mexico increasingly has been experiencing new roles: as a country of transmigration and increasingly of settlement. The research here examines Mexico's relationship with its vast diaspora in the United States; the economic, insecurity, and other factors that have led to sizeable emigration; and the country's evolving policymaking with respect to migration.

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April 2008
By Thomas Faist and Jürgen Gerdes
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June 2007
By Dilip Ratha
Policy Briefs
April 2007
By Dovelyn Rannveig Agunias and Kathleen Newland
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